Additional Supporting Photos

IB Visual Arts: Additional Supporting Photos

When compiling your portfolio for the E submission for Exhibition In certain instances you may decide to include up to two additional photographs of each submitted work. These extra photos are not necessary for most studio pieces as examiners will be able to zoom in on screen.When to includeadditional supporting photos are useful in providing a sense of scale when showing large works or for pieces that have more than...


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Judi Morgan 14 March 2017 - 18:51

I am a bit confused. Students need to take two photos of their overall exhibition, do they also take individual photos of the artwork within the exhibition setting...AND individual photos of individual artwork for sample work?

Heather McReynolds 15 March 2017 - 20:06

Hi Judi, two overview photos, then the individual artwork photos, thats all that is required, the additional photos are optional and depend on the kind of work, ie sculptural work, large scale etc.


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